This post is one of the remaining street sign posts in the style of many years ago in Greenville. Although the street names have been removed the post has survived to remain.
The sidewalk and streetscape along Augusta Street is being reworked for wider sidewalks.
Tools for fly fishing.
Addy’s Dutch Cafe is one of the original locally owned restaurants and gathering place that helped shape the downtown that has become Greenville.
The Greenville Linday Hoppers held their weekly dance event at NOMA Square. Normally this event is held at the Sears Shelter in McPherson Park.
Falls Park on a sunny day.
The falls with the Camperdown project construction crane in the background. This was taken before the Hurrican Irma storm.
Construction continues at the Camperdown project – the apartment building tower is going up on the right facing Falls Street, the last of the former Greenville News building on the corner of Main and Broad Streets has been removed on the upper left.
Crane #5 made an appearance across from Fluor Field on the Homewood Suites construction site, seen here in final assembly assisted by a mobile boom crane.
A cook puts the finishing touches on a large dish for the Brunch for a cause.